In light of the US-Africa Summit, Global Advances Group participated in the Equatorial Guinea Economic Forum which took place on the August 8, 2014 in Washington DC. Ministries signed various agreements with US firms in the energy industry and the Forum allowed participants to connect with government officials and business people from Equatorial Guinea in order to work collaboratively and ensure beneficial partnerships and business ventures for all parties involved. In addition, H.E. President Obiang Nguema Mbasogo set out the targets of the country’s Horizon 2020 Development Plan.
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The Global Advances Group is committed to allocating resources for business endeavors that demonstrate both profitability and a positive social impact. We acknowledge that purpose and profit are not zero-sum – they are mutually reinforcing and require the determination to take necessary risks. Our strategy consists of creating revenue streams to support projects that provide a positive social impact and ultimately benefit the whole of humanity.
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